Life Cycle Engineering, a leader in maintenance and reliability engineering solutions, is now accepting registrations for the first series of its Reliability Excellence for Managers (RxM) course in 2006.

RxM is a course for industry managers with operations and maintenance responsibilities who are concerned with maintaining a competitive advantage and initiating strategic business improvements. This course is proven to successfully increase the knowledge and understanding of the importance of reliability within process industries and discreet manufacturing organizations. It provides a systematic method of training for managers to develop, implement, and sustain world-class maintenance and reliability best practices that effectively support the goals and objectives of their organization.

A few of the numerous companies that have experienced success in LCE's RxM course include SMI Steel, Alcoa, Fuji, U.S. Postal Service, Wrigley Manufacturing, Northrop Grumman Newport News, Phillip Morris, USS Posco, Wheelabrator, and Johnson & Johnson.

This highly engaging and interactive course, which consists of four, three-day sessions, will hold its first session on Jan. 31 to Feb. 2, 2006 in Charleston, S.C. Subsequent sessions, as part of this series, will be held April 25-27, July 25-27 and Oct. 24-26, 2006.

Course size is limited in order to maximize the value to each participant. Visit http://www.LCE.com/rxm.aspx or call 800-556-9589 for more information.